AMCi: AFI Fest Announces More Movies

By Alicia Malone October 23, 2014

This year’s AFI Festival is looking better and better with every new announcement.

Previously, the institute announced they would screen Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Inherent Vice”, as well as J.C. Chandor’s “A Most Violent Year”, which will open the festival. Now, they have added some big international hits, including Andrey Zvyagintsev's "Leviathan" and Mia Hansen-Løve's "Eden."

“Leviathan” is from Russia, and screened at Cannes to strong reviews. The film is a modern retelling of the Biblical story of Job, set in a small town in North Russia. A new trailer for “Leviathan” has just been released, take a look below!

“Eden” recently showed at the Toronto International Film Festival, it’s a French movie starring Gret Gerwig and Brady Corbet, tracing the rise of French electronic music in the 1990’s. The trailer for “Eden” is below.

Both movies definitely sound like they’ll be worth checking out at AFI Fest, which runs between Novemeber 6-13 in Los Angeles.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: IndieWire

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